Assessing Your Current Presidential Voice

Last updated February 14, 2019

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Last Updated

February 14, 2019

Assessing Your Current Presidential Voice

Last updated February 14, 2019

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Use a tool to assess your current presidential voice and identify areas of strength and opportunities for growth.


To represent your institutional brand in the best possible way, it’s crucial that your president maintains an authentic and consistent tone of voice. If you are looking to improve and optimize your presidential voice, you must first identify and assess your current tone. We invite you to join this webcast to do just that. In this practical online training, you’ll learn how to:

  • Amplify your leader’s voice in the best possible way for your institution
  • Tactfully critique the presidential voice by using a framework and strategies to guide you through a potentially difficult conversation

You will gain access to a practical, downloadable tool to help you with the assessment of your presidential voice based on five key criteria that you can utilize when sharing feedback with your institutional leadership.

If you’re looking to take a deeper dive into crafting and refining your presidential voice, we will soon post details for our upcoming program, Developing Presidential Voice: Strategies for Communications and Marketing Teams.

Who should attend?

This webcast will be beneficial to those in higher education marketing, communications, and/or public affairs professionals who are looking to partner with their president to develop and refine presidential voice.


Our speaker, Binti Harvey, will introduce the presidential voice rubric and walk us through the dimensions that presidential voice should be assessed for:

  • Culture
  • Context
  • Consistency
  • Clarity & Tone
  • Character & Alignment

Along the way, she will share how to identify both strengths and opportunities for growth in your president’s communications and provide ideas and strategies to help you amplify the voice of your institution’s leader.